Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 13, 1934 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 13, 1934
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PAGE FOUR Algonian's Mother, Pioneer, KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA. IOWA MRS, ANDERSON, SWEA CITY, IN COUNTY 63 YEARS Swea City. Sept. 11— Mrs. Olof Anderson, Swea City's oldest citizen, celebrated her 91st birthday last Thursday. Her daughter, Mrs. F. E. Malmsten, of Veronia, Ore., ,was present for the occasion, as •were the other children, Mrs. D. L. Leffert, Algona; J. J. Anderson, and Emma Anderson, with whom she makes her home. Another son, 'Andrew Anderson, who lives in South Dakota, was unable to be here. Her granddaughters, Mrs. .Walter Gilsdorf, and her husband, of New English, N. D., and Mrs. Fair Griffen and her husband, of Sigourney, were also present. She and her husband came to Kossuth county 63 years ago, living the first year in Algona. Then Mr. Anderson bought a homestead relinquishment three miles north of Bancroft, .where they spent a number of years. Mrs. Anderson has made her home in Swea City for the past 3S years. Mrs. Anderson enjoys good health, and her friends look for,ward to many more happy birth- flays. Mr. Anderson died a number of years ago. 100 Enrolled in High School- School opened a week ago Mon- Say with 100 enrolled in high school. A. H. Schuler is superintendent and coach; Harold Pohlman, Melvin, teaches agriculture, manual training, and assists with athletics; Gladys Burlings, Pella, is high school principal and English teacher; Vivian Stran, Manly, teaches mathematics; and Frances Dahl will have charge of music. Earl Josten, of Estherville, will have the band and boys' glee club; Lola Wylam has the 8th Munson, 7th grade science; Theodora Do You Know? that 75 per cent of all divorced persons remarry? FENTON COACH IS ONLY NEW 1934JEACHER Fenton, Sept. 12 — The public schools opened Monday. The faculty is: M. E. Otterness, superintendent; Gerald Agard, coach and principal; Esther Smith, English and music; Verlina loerger, home economics and typing; Kleinheksel, seventh and hundred was Played. an £ score prizes wont toMtt. Herman Zumach and Carl Zumach, low .to Mrs. Carl Zumach and William zu- mach. Margie eighth grades; Florence Barton, fifth and sixth grades; Nettie Weishrod, third and fourth grades; Mathilda Kressln, first and second grades. The coach is the only now teacher. Louie Weisbrod continues as janitor. Supt. Otterness made out a list of P, T. A. .committee chairmen, as follows: September, Mrs. O. Graham ; October, Mrs. Harry Widdel; November, Mrs. Fred Weisbrod; December, Mrs. Henry Lindsey; January, Mrs. Geo. W. Newel; February. Mrs. George Boettcher; March, Charlie Weisbrod; April, E. C. Weisbrod; May, Florence Barton, Since school opened later this grade: Helen and domestic Hovey, Gth grade; Mrs. Jennie McCrary, 5th; Miss Swensen, 4th; Oma Huff, 3rd; Bernita Gardoe, 2nd; Milanda Kaune, 1st. Cnrlevc Couple "Wed Here— La Verne E. Seagren and Aline F. Trow, of Curlew, were married at the Baptist parsonage a week ago Tuesday morning by the Rev. G. R. Siemens. The couple was attended by Maurice Trow, brother of NEW OFFICERS FOR LEDYARD CLASSES NAM ED Ledyard, Sept. 12—School officers have been elected as follows: seniors—president, Lillian Klinksiek; vice, Ella Goetz; secretary- treasurer, Arvid Brandt; sponsor, Miss Stranahan. Juniors—president, Jack Moulton; vice, Howard Dyer; secretary, Leonard Warner;' treasurer, William Barnes; sponsor, Miss Hettler. Sophomores— president, Victor Weaver; vice, Evelyn Mayne; secretary-treasurer, Pearl Haag; sponsor, Mr. Granner. Freshmen — president, Beulah Looft; vice, Glen Dyer; secretary- treasurer, Ruth Estle; sponsor, Mr. Barrett. Eighth grade—president, Edna Leslie; vice, Milo Cassem; secretary-treasurer, Dale Seifert. the bride, and Gladvs Mattesen, her ! Seventh grade-president, cousin, both of Curlew. After the Cassem; vice, Lawrence ceremony the newlyweds left on a honeymoon trip to the Twin Cities and northern Minnesota. Mr. Seagren is manager of a grocery store in Curlew. Rite-Way Tormer Resident in Ylsit— Mrs. T. S. Waud, Los Angeles, called on old friends last week. Mrs. Waud and her husband were in the drug business here for a number of years preceding and following the World war. They sold out to Winter & Poole, and moved to Los Angeles. Since then Mr. Waud has practiced pharmacy in Russell Flynn; ed, The Poor Sap, before a good- sized audience, Newly weds in Tislt Here— Mrs. Ralph Olson's brother, Kenneth E. Johnson, and his wife, of Ellsworth, who were married August 22, visited here last week. Mrs. Olson's mother, Mrs. N. Johnson, who came Labor day from Mason City, went home with the newlyweds. Hemorrhages Follow Tonsils Out— Jean Estle, whose tonsils were removed week before last, has suffered several hemorrhages and will not return to school for at least a month. She was in run-down condition before the operation. "Watermelon Served to Aids— The Methodist Aid met with Mrs. Jos. Mayne last Thursday, and members of the Grant Aid were guests. Home-grown watermelon was part of the lunch. secretary-treasurer, Elmer Engelhart; sponsor for 7th and 8th grades, Mr. Lauritzen. Fifth and sixth grades—president, Donald Looft; vice, Everett Johnson; secretary-treasurer, Connie Garry. Fourth and fifth grades—president, Blanche Haag; vice, Richard Countryman; editor, Arden Anderson; lunch captain, Duane Johnson; play captain, Howard Dunn. Ten Off for College— A number of H. S. alumni have gone away to school or are going soon. Willis Dyer returns to the Other Leflvard News. H. E. Harvey, Minneapolis, and his step-daughter, Mrs. Edward Carr, spent the week-end at the Blanche Jenks home. Saturday ivening they and Mrs. Jenks, with Mrs. Laura Niester, called at the 3arl Jenks home, Blue Earth. V. A. Barrett, Marjorie Stranahan, and Frances Hettler attended a ball game, Fairmont vs. Louisiana Monarchs, Friday evening, Fairmont winning, 24-12. Frank Moulton and Reuben Green played with Fairmont. Mrs. J. C. Underkofler, Britt, Los Angeles. A picnic was held in jstate university as a sophomore; the city park last week Tuesday in | James Logan enters the same her honor. Teachers Resume Work— A number of local teachers left last week to begin their work. Harry Peterson teaches junior high history at Cedar Rapids; Elna Berg, music and English at Haifa; Lucille Thomson, music, at Manchester; Alice Dahl, Ringsted; Maurine Myhr, Lakota; Freda Bergeson, Newell; Naomi Hewett, Renwick; and Esther Smith, music, at Fenton. Auxiliary Opens >*e>v Yenr— The first regular meeting of the Auxiliary was held last week Tuesday, and officers were elected: president, Mrs. Ann Berg; secretary, Amanda Looft; treasurer, Rena Haugland; first vice, Mrs. Mamie Bra vender; second vice, Mrs. Curtis; chaplain, Lula Haugland; historian, Mae Pearson; and sergeant-at-arms, Mrs. Sue Bovis. Students Go to College— Students attending college Swea City Stockman, this year Edith are Dahl, from Dencil Helen Briggs, Lucille Berg, to Waldorf in Forest City; Bernice Smith, Morningside, Sioux City; D. W. Fults and Roy Bravender to Iowa City; Jane Carlson to Grinnell; and Alpha Simmons to Le Mars. Church Tear to Close— Dist. Supt. W. G. Muhleman, of Algona, has set Saturday, September 22, for the fourth quarterly conference, the last meeting of the school as freshman; Tilmer Halvorson enters Luther college, as freshman; Kenneth Thompson will be freshman at Morningside; Alvin Depping goes to Mission college, Plymouth, Wis., for his first year; Anna Jones and Chrystal Berglund have entered the Hamilton business college, Mason City; Aleda Green is taking nurses' training at Marshalltown; Wilbur Hassebrock returns to Dubuque university as junior; and Fern Lewis goes to the state teachers' college as freshman. Activities Committee Named— Last week Tuesday a committee of five students was chosen by the school faculty to elect officers for the "Purple and Gold Activity association," which sponsors music, dramatics, forensics, and athletics. The committee will elect a general secretary, treasurer, and three members on each board. One member acts as chairman and the committee conducts the business of ordering and advertising for each department. The five are Marjorie Matzener, Lillian Klinksiek, Henrietta O'Keefe, Howard Dyer, and Jack Moulton. year. Mrs. T. F. Johnson named delegate to conference this year, with Mrs. Harry Berggren alternate. S. S. Promotion Day Sunday- Next Sunday will be promotion day in the Methodist Sunday school, and the program in charge of Mrs. Geo. K. Nelson, superintendent of junior Sunday school and primary work. c Other Swea City. Mrs. Emil Larson and Mrs. William fhristensen, with their daughters, Dorothy Christensen and June Larson, drove to Cedar Rapids Friday. Dorothy is entering Coe college as a sophomore, and June as a freshman. Those from Swea City attending the world's fair in Chicago are Mrs. Jay Larson, Catherina Bravender, Orvis and Emory Bergeson Harold Hewett, Tini Doocey, and Gilbert Engstrom. Keith Dye has returned from Los Angeles,, where he spent the summer with his mother, Mrs. H. Engdahl. He makes his home with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Dye. Burton C. Thomson camo School Has 232 Pupils- Last week Monday school opened with an approximate enrollment of 232. There are 17 seniors, 16 jun- ors, 14 sophomores, 30 freshman, 15 eighth graders, 23 seventh graders, 29 fifth graders, and sixth grades, 25 in 4-A and 5-B, 26 in the ;hird grade, 20 in the second grade, and 17 in the first grades. Husiness Men Sponsor Plays— The business men are sponsoring plays at the school auditorium every Thursday night. They give tickets away, and with lOc the tickets admit to the plays. Last Thursday night was the first play night, which the Russell Players present- and her son Murray were here Friday. Juanita, 4th and 5th grades teacher, went home with them. Murray left Sunday for Notre Dame for his senior year. The Cecil Petersons moved into the Behse house, and the August Knoners into the house the Petersons vacated. The Knoners recently bought this house from Edward Christ. Mrs. J. T. Welfare accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Ben Gisch, and the latter's husband to the Minnesota state fair Friday and Saturday. Geo. D. Moulton's sister, Marie Moulton, and a nephew, Norbert La Rochelle, both of Pana, 111., arrived Saturday for a visit. Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen and Jerry spent the week-end at Renwick. Mrs. Harold Granner accompanied hem as far as Hardy. There was no school last week .Vednesday, to let students attend he county fair, but because of rain not many went. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Pfahler and he Clyde Lindseys, all of Mason !Mty, were Labor day guests at Ralph Olson's. The Frank Kellys and Mrs. Lawrence Mayne were at Fairmont recently, and Mr. Kelly consulted ihysician. T. M. Reddinger, Des Moines, called at Harriett Matzener's and he Blanche Jenks home last Thursday. Mrs. Albert Barnes' mother, Mrs. Erickson, Armstrong, and the latter's son Ernest spent Sunday here. A Mr. Watkins, Estherville, has taken over the pool hall previously run by B. C. Trustie, of Armstrong. Gerald Warner, of the re-forestation camp near Eldora, was at home over the week-end. The George Andersons and Evelyn Anderson came Sunday for a visit at Gus Anderson's. Born to Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Mayer, a daughter, Barbara Jean, Saturday at Bancroft. L. A. Nitz took his daughter, Mrs. Howard Jenson, to Jewell Sunday. year there will be no meeting in September. The president, vice president, committee chairmen, and secretary- treasurer met at the schoolhouse Tuesday evening and planned programs. In high school new hooks are used in algebra 1, geometry, commercial law, English 9 and 10. The sixth and seventh grades use the geographies the seventh and eighth grades used last year. There are new histories for the fifth, sixth, and eighth grades. When books are so worn that bindings no longer hold and pages are missing it becomes necessary to order new books to keep up to date, and it is the policy of the school to make the changes gradually to minimize cost. Dinner Honors Departing Yisitor— Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod entertained at family dinner Sunday in honor of Mrs. Rose Reichenbach, Brooklyn, N. Y., who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Roy Newel, of Hartley, two months and with Fenton relatives, but will leave for home Thursday. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod, Roger and Mary Alice Gibbons, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. John Light, Mrs. Mary Kohlstedt, the Clarence Weisbrods, Ringsted, the Roy Newels, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weisbrod and Verona. Whitlow Son Has Operations— Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Waite visited Sunday at Dr. A. Whitlow's, Armstrong. Mrs. Whitlow recently .spent three weeks at an Iowa City hospital with her son Robert, who had two operations for mastoiditis and removal of tonsils, Mrs. Whitlow is the former Caroline Bailey, and Doctor Whitlow was assistant to Doctor Waite here before their marriage. Pnroclilnl Tcnclier leaves R. C. Hehmer, parochial teacher two years here who started his third year two weeks ago, has resigned to accept a permanent position in a parochial school a Homestead. Pending a new teacher, the Rev. R. W. Kabelttz is in charge here. Mnvnnrd HimTnsli to Hospital— Maynard, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. E Burwash, farmers east of Fenton, was taken to the Kossuth hospital one day last week, suffering .with blood-poisoning in the leg. Some time ago ho injured the leg while operating a tractor. llndolph Tleile is P«nd— Rudolph Tiede, Columbia, Wis., died last week Monday. He left a widow, who is the former Katie Dehnert, Fenton, and eight ' children, They visited here this summer. Daughter for the Donnhocs— Mr. and Mrs. William Donohoe Jr. are parents of a 6-lb. daughter, Kathryn Ann, born last week Wednesday. They have another daughter, Maxlne, 3. Krmiscs Have New Son— Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Krause are parents of a 6 3-4-lb. son, Maurice Eugene, horn Sunday. They have another son, Arnold Jr., 20 months Party Honors Woman of 83— Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz entertained at a birthday party Sunday for Mrs. Jentz's mother, Mrs. Mittag, 83. Other Fenton News. Mrs. John Ulfers returned week Tuesday from a with her parents, Mr. few and William Greenfield, Irvington. last days Mrs She Smiths in New Location— Mr. and Mrs. John Dempsey have received a letter from Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Smith, former telephone people here, saying they have moved from Worthington, Minn., to Staples, Minn., where they have rented a 40-acre tract of timber and will operate tourist cabins, a lunch room, and a filling station. They are on No. 210, Fargo to Duluth. attended the funeral of A. D. Richards, Algona, last week Tuesday The Ulfers family attended family dinner at the home of Mrs. Ulfers sister, Mrs. Earl Powell, Mason City, the previous Sunday, and Mrs. Ulfers remained there for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bohn, Man Ann, and Mr. and Mrs. G. B. John son attended a Labor day celehra tion at Graettinger. This was on< of the largest celebrations in tin history of Graettinger, 4,000 people attending. Joe Goeders, lightweigh boxer, nephew of Mrs. Bohn, lost a close decision to Joe Miller, Albia Ed Gramenz, South Bend, arrive Monday to visit his brother John. The Glenn Haases, Woolstock came Saturday to visit Glenn' mother, Mrs. Carrie Haase, and sis ter, Mrs. Herman Gade. They wen home Monday, Mr. and Mrs, The Weisbrod entertained at suppe Saturday evening the Glenn Haases Mrs. Carrie Haase, sons William and Gail, daughters Pearle am Mynna, Chris Widdel. Mr. and Mrs. William Gross, Os kaloosa, and their daughter Har riet visited Mr. Gross's uncle F. f. Eigler, last week Tuesday. Mn Gross was Alma Beaman, once as sistant in Doctor Ellsworth's den st office, and Mr. Gross worked in he Eigler drug store. Phyllis, daughter ot the Rev. and &rs. J. T. Snyder, has returned •om two weeks with her grand- arents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Losses, ,ake City. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon osse, who spent the day with the nyders, brought her home Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Waite have een entertaining Mrs. Waite s mother, Mrs. R. Heiden, Duluth, nd sister Carrie. Her brother Alert, Sioux City, and a nephew, Leser Heiden, Cherokee, his wife, and aughter came Sunday. J. M. Seglln and Vivian Huskamp n.ve returned to Chicago, after wo weeks with the latter's par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp. /Irs. Huskamp accompanied them or a week at the world's fair. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Reedor re- urned last week Monday from Vaterloo, after a visit over Labor ay with the former's mother, Mrs. Jmma Reeder, who accompanied hem home for two weeks. Wilfred Stoeber came Friday rom Minneapolis, where he had inished work for the Northrup- ing seed company. Monday he eft for Sioux City, headquarters or the southern territory Mrs. Alvin Zumach and Mrs. August Zumach attended a mlscel- aneous shower for Eldora Dau at Whittemore Sunday. Eldora will be married next Sunday to Herman Sumach, Whittemore. Last Thursday Elsie Kohlwes en- ertained for her sister, Mrs. Ever-1 ett Dreyer. Attending: Mesdames Amos Finnestad, Clarence Wagner, and Truman Johnson. Mrs. Emma Curry returned last veek Tuesday from a month with lor sons Charles and Frank, of Belvidere, 111. She also visited other relatives in Illinois. Mrs. George Jentz entertained he New Deal bridge club Friday evening. Mrs. F. H. Bohn won the .ravel prize, Mrs. Howard Reeder the high score prize. The G. M. Millers, Ringsted, were entertained at Clyde Humphrey's Sunday. The occasion was the 14th wedding anniversary of the Humphreys. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krause, son Herbert, and Mrs. Will Weisbrod went to Spencer Monday and entered needlework at the Clay county fair. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod spent last week at Algona in charge of needlework at the fair. She was-entertained at Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson's. Frances Anderson, of Swea City, spent Saturday and Sunday at Ray and W. E. Stoeber's. She remains here to work at Alvin Zumach's. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlei and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weisbrod, daughter Ethel, went to Klemme for Saturday and Sunday with relatives. The Auxiliary had a special meeting at Mrs. Harry Widdel's Saturday to mark a quilt which, when finished, will be sold. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kluss and their grandson, Roger Gibbons, Stork Shower for Twins- Mrs. Fred Olson was hostess at a stork shower Monday in honor of Dolores Jean and Duane Dean, twin babies of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Finnestad. Fifteen women attended, and many gifts. Finnestad are sisters. ipent last Thursday at Harlow rohnson's, Tltonka, Mrs. Kate Newel and two Hartey women left last week Wednes- iay for northern Minnesota for two veeks of fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wallace d Myrna Gay, of Buffalo, were nner guests at John Wallace's nday. The school in No. 5 opened Mony, with Mildred Luedtke, Lotts eek, as teacher, She has five pile. Mrs. Wll Miller, northwest of ivn, was hostess to the Falrvillo d last Thursday. "ANY RAGS—ANY BONES—ANY bottles today?" — Get all the value left in your worn out "B 1 batteries, bike tires, watches, and tons of other items at Gamble's Trade-In Sale, Sept. 14 to 29. 34-52 A «y size The Gift of Gifts for the Br International Silverware in a chest fashioned like a Wcddini R' 1 the bride who receives this unique gift! With 1847 Rogers Bro^ Holmes & Edwards Inlaid* or Wm. Rogers & Son Silverplat In Wm. Rogers & Son Silvt,,, piece set, $33; 69 piece set, J49, V In either 1847 Rogers Bros. SI. or Holmes & Edwards Inlaid'-jJ set, $46.50; 69 piece sel, $72.50, . Company—a gitarmtti «/l Wehler's Jewelry Storj PHOXE 240 Diamonds, Watches, Silverware Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing p—^ I ^•^ I I the twins received Mrs. Olson and Mrs. Surprise for Mrs. Aug. Zumach— Mrs, August Zumach was honor guest at a birthday surprise party last week Wednesday evening. Five If s ALL CONCRETE from here on with MORE LIVE POWEI PER GALLON mounts up fad home Monday from the Y. M. C. A. camp at Boone, where he has been employed this summer as helper in the mess hall. A. J. Christensen, Richard Berg, Carl Schroeder, Swea City, and Oscar Christensen, Ringsted, attended the Legion convention in Sioux City. Mrs. Clyde Sanborn became seri- cuKly ill Saturday. She was taken i'j -Lfe Coleuian hospital and operat- ed on for appendicitis and a tumor, Mrs. Charles Collin returned last week from an extendsd visit with her two sons, David and Charles near Rossburg, Minn. Mrs. Walter Schmidt, of Alden Minn., returned home after a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Johnson. The first baseball game of the season Friday between Grant and Swea City was won 4-3 by Swea City. The J. B. Schilts, of Bancroft, have purchased the Martin Burkland cafe and have taken possession. Ronald McDowell returned Sunday from a summer's work at Yellowstone national park. Mrs. Anna Griffith and son Keith visited her son Wayne at Marshalltown last week. The first meeting of the P. T. A. was held Monday night at the high school auditorium. Miss J. Fox Moats will be matron of the Seneca teachers' cottage for the coming year. Alice Heck is visiting her sister, Mrs. Joe Goff at Hawkeye this week. Mrs. Clara Poole is visiting relatives at Hawkeye this week. 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